Explore treatment options on a journey to spinal health.

community-icon   Non-Surgical Treatment: Available alternatives to surgical treatment.

  • Acupuncture: The stimulation of anatomical points on the body using various techniques.
  • Aquatic Therapy: Aquatic therapy assists in developing core strength and can support pain reduction and healing.
  • Chiropractic: A qualified, reputable chiropractor can be used under certain circumstances to assist in back and neck pain treatment.
  • Ice or Heat?: Choosing between ice and heat for injuries depends on the type of injury and also personal preferences.
  • Injections: Injections performed by a specialists can result in pain reduction without surgical intervention.
  • Medications: Different types of medications can assist in spinal pain alleviation, although are not a singular treatment option.
  • Physical Therapy: Inflammation management, improved mobility, and return to functional movement are all part of physical therapy.
  • Regenerative Therapy: Allows the body to heal from within by rejuvenating and regenerating cells, replacing damaged tissue, and restoring function.

community-icon  Surgical Treatment: Surgical options available to alleviate back and neck pain.

  • Deciding to have Surgery: Determine if surgery is the path for you.
  • Preparing for Surgery: A guide for patients on what to do to making surgery easier and less stressful.
  • Artificial Disc Replacement: An artificial disc is designed to closely replicate a real disc and its functions.
  • Fusion: The joining of two vertabraes in the spine.
  • Laminotomy/Laminectomy: Surgery performed to alleviate pressure on spinal nerves and/or spinal cord.
  • Laminoplasty: Surgery which allows more room to the spinal cord in the neck when it is compressed by disc material, bone spurs, or ligaments.
  • Microdisectomy:  With a small incision, professionals are able to alleviate nerve pain.
  • Minimally Invasive Surgery: Technical innovations and advances allow surgeons to perform less invasive surgery resulting in quicker recoveries and less complications in patients.